Lennon

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Etymology[edit]

Anglicized from Irish Ó Leannáin (descendant of Lover (Leannán)) and from Ó lonáin (descendant of Blackbird (Lonán)).

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Lennon

  1. A surname, notably of John Lennon (1940–1980), one of the Beatles.
    • 2011 Christine Dwyer Hickey, The Cold Eye of Heaven, Atlantic Books, ISBN 978 0857890306, page 117:
      'He means the other Lennon,' Slowey's voice said. ' John Lennon from the Beatles.' And Farley saw him then, on the bend of the counter smoking a cigar. Slowey then turned to the barman, '... and he means the other Lenin, you know, the Russian revolutionary?'
  2. A male given name, modern transferred use of the surname.

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